Drive-In Fashion Show 1968

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    No title - New clothes for garage attendants. London.

    C/U girl in sou'wester hat at garage fashion show. M/S as she walks past children on forecourt. C/U children looking at model. C/U another model wearing a headscarf, pan down to show her wearing rubber boots and outfit for work on forecourt. M/S of the model in front of children. One little girl does a mime. C/U little boy miming and little girl laughing.

    M/S man putting petrol in car. Various shots two girls in their outfits talking to driver. C/U petrol pump ticking over the pounds, shillings and pence. M/S another model walking onto forecourt in front of children. She's wearing a sou'wester and coat. C/U little boy watching whilst he eats lollipop. C/U model's head as she walks past. M/S pan as model walks to other part of forecourt in front of children and opens her coat to show off her outfit. C/U two little children watching. C/U head of another model wearing another outfit, pan down to her legs showing mini skirt and rubber boots. C/U little girl looking.

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    01:53:46:00 / 01:54:42:00
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